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Total posts found for "adam scovell" — 39
23/12/2014
Nightcrawler (2014)

The Double Negative Awards 2014

We may not have a glitzy ceremony, but we do have an esteemed panel of judges. All year, our critics have been travelling the length and breadth of Britain, witnessing the best contemporary (and classic)...

20/11/2014
Meshes Of The Afternoon (1943)

Ritual, Magic & Slapstick: The Kazimier’s Silent Film Revival

Adam Scovell looks forward to the next Silent Liverpool event, showcasing the tragicomedy of Larry Semon and the avant-garde choreography of Maya Deren… Silent film is a description that is at once a...

10/11/2014
TypeMotion, FACT, Liverpool 2014

Culture Diary w/c 10-11-2014

What’s hot this week? Our pick of the listings from around Liverpool and the rest of the UK… Monday – Matisse: From Tate Modern and MoMA 6:30pm @ FACT, Liverpool – £10/8 The next best...

07/11/2014
Tilda Swinton in The Last of England - Derek Jarman

In Profile: Derek Jarman’s The Last of England (1988)

An experimental and hypnotic film made with Super 8, Jarman’s The Last of England is a scathing attack on the state of Thatcherite Britain, homophobia and the treatment of AIDS victims, finds Adam Scovell… The late 1980s were...

20/10/2014
Mogwai @ Liverpool Music Week @Venues Across Liverpool -- Ticket Prices Vary, Inc Some FREE Shows

Culture Diary w/c 20-10-2014

What’s hot this week? Our pick of the listings from around Liverpool and the rest of the UK… Monday – Jerusalem In My Heart 7.30pm @ The Kazimier, Liverpool — £6.50 ADV With...

26/08/2014
Thursday – St. Vincent 7pm @ O2 Academy, Liverpool -- £18.56

Culture Diary w/c 25-08-2014

What’s hot this week? Our pick of the listings from around Liverpool and the rest of the UK! Tuesday – Combines #2 6-9pm @ Model, Liverpool — FREE Tonight sees three more artists...

22/08/2014
Wednesday – Zéro de Conduite 6.30pm @ FACT, Liverpool -- £9.50/8.50

In Profile: Jean Vigo’s Zéro de Conduite (1933)

Adam Scovell on comic drama Zéro de Conduite and the enduring influence of its young director, Jean Vigo… The work of French director Jean Vigo has a phantom-like quality in the canon of...

04/06/2014
The Night of the Hunter (1955)

In Profile: Charles Laughton’s The Night of the Hunter (1955)

Ahead of a Matinee Classics Season screening of the thriller, George Jepson looks again at Laughton’s timeless, “fairytale” reinvention of film noir… From its birth as a commercial and critical embarrassment, to its position as...

09/05/2014
The Devils (1971)

In Profile: Ken Russell’s The Devils (1971)

Like your cult cinema weird, violent and controversial? Ahead of a screening at Cornerhouse, Adam Scovell explores Ken Russell’s most beautifully disturbing film… By the time maverick British director Ken Russell came to make...

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